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across the street the memorial for the boy who was hit and killed on sunday. a 13-year-old family friend was push him and holding the hand of his six-year-old sister and crossed the street in the crosswalk with the friend light and a driver turning left hit all three pedestrians. they were taken to the hospital. two girled had minor injuries and the boy died an hour later at the hospital. >> he was blond head and blue eyed and smart three-year-old. i've never seen a three-year-old so smart. he was brave. he was happy always. the driver stayed at scene. no arrests or citations have been made but the investigation continues. this is san jose's 22nd fatality involving a pedestrian this year. his family lives in salinas and
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was visiting. funeral arrangements are being made for elijah. >> a motorcyclist is dead after crashing head on with a car south of devil slide tunnel. the motorcyclist was headed south on highway one at 9:00 p.m. when the vehicles collided. the person in the vehicle was not hurt. highway one was shout down for 24 whose -- hours. >> in oakland, gunfire left seven wounded. there was a shooting between 96th and olive after 6:00 p.m. last night with sky 7 over the location. police cordoned off a second scene minutes later and most of the victims were if -- in their 20's. it is not clear if they were targeted or if it was a random shooting. investigators are asking anyone who saw the shootings to come
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forward. the seen charged with setting another teach on fire on a transit because is due in court. a lawyer for the 16-year-old richard thomas will challenge a decision by the district attorney to charge his client as an adult. tom faces felony assault and aggravated mayhem after setting luke fleischman on fire but lighting the skirt he was wearing. he told police he did it because he is homophobic. in san rafael police are trying to determine how many machine victimize add 15-year-old used as a prostitute. this was word she was soliciting men. she was found with a man accused of being her pimp, a 25-year-old from richmond and is held on $10,000 bail. >> rebound is in los angeles this morning wrapping up the west coast tour. he left bay area yesterday a
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whirlwind visit that included a speech on immigration reform. it was appearance in san francisco's chinatown that is drawing nation-wide attention. our reporter has the story. >> it went as planned until 21 minutes into the speech. >> most importantly we will live up --. >> a graduate student from san francisco state interrupted the president. >> i wasn't intending to interrupt the speech. >> he is an undocumented immigrant from south korea. a handful of friends were hand picked to stand behind the president after arrive the a san francisco's recreation center. >> they picked us out to be decorations in the background but we have our own minds, too. >> he is tired of hearing politicians talk about immigration and doing nothing. that is why he decided to speak out. >> use your executive order to halt petes for -- petitions for
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the 11.5 million immigrants. >> if i could solve this without laws this congress i would do so. we are also a nation of laws. that is part of our tradition. >> he is treating me lick like a little kid and did not answer my question directly. it was very disappointing. >> he remained undestepped to an effort to stand up for undocumented immigrants. >> the raiders are showing their appreciation to a fan credited with saving a woman's life after she jumped from the third deck of the coliseum. donnie navidad suffered severe bruising when the woman landed knees first in his arms and chest. the raiders sent a group to his home including the legendary wally brown hall of famer would brought thank you gifts.
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this happened as fans were leashing the raiders game. >> i braced myself to catch her^. i was hoping when i caught her i could lock my arms around her so she could absorb the impact with me but unfortunately she bounced off. >> the woman jumped 45' and suffered a serious head injury and is in critical condition. >> vigil is held in fremont to honor a beloved high school coach and mentor who died while trying to help others. the 76-year-old spent the last 25 years coaching football and serving as athletic director at john f. kennedy high school. he was lit and killed by a car on saturday morning. he was trying to direct drivers around an accident along interstate 680 in fremont helping people as he always did. amy hollyfield will have a full report in the next half hour.
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>> a court ruling could put california's high-speed rail project in jeopardy. a judge has blocked the sale of $8 billion in bonds approved by the vote ares in 2008 saying that officials signed off too quickly on a request by the high-speed rail authority to sell the bonds and he ruled in favor of a suit that claimed the project no longer resembles what voters voted for but stopped short of blocking the project altogether. the judge ordered the authority to re-do their $68 billion spending plan. >> a fallen power line is blamed for an outage that cut electricity to 3,600 customers that started at 5:00 last night. at marin brewing company, it meant no big screens for the 49ers game but it did not stop the fans from gathering around a laptop streaming the game. >> again it is a "spare the air" day and we will find out what is
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going on. >> the picture looks clearer than this time yesterday. we still expect fine particulate matter to develop again so, no word burning anywhere although the poor of the air quality will be in the north bay and that is what triggered the "spare the air". the second of the season, the second consecutive day. forest hills is 48 and everyone else is in the low-to-mid 50's. it is cooler in the other areas and 39 in petaluma and 38 in american canyon and 40 in walnut creek and palo alto and santa clara and tracy and saratoga at 42 and richmond and belmont at 47 and half moon bay at 43 degrees. headed through the day, high clouds are thicker and thicker but a dry day planner. starting in the 30's and 40's at 7:00, and hanging out at 60 by noon and upper 60's to low 50's
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by 3:00. you will need a light jacket this evening. >> in san bruno mountain state park we have an overturned vehicle with emergency crews headed out there. other than that, it is a mountainous road connecting 101 to 280. watch out for that if you plan on making it into the park. as we look at our drive time traffic, tracy to dublin is 23 minute commute and highway 4 from antioch to concord is 14 minutes and from san rafael to san francisco is 167 -- 17 minutes and golden gate bridge coming to san francisco from sausalito it is wide open and not too many cars as you make the drive in the southbound direction and northbound side no construction to get in the way. >> it all adds up, a penny near, a nickel there, next, the
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incredible amount of change left at airport security and where the money is going. >> spoiler alert: the star would not show fancy footwork on "dancing with the stars" finale. >> why snoopy may not be flying for the
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>> covering walnut creek, burlingame, campbell and all the bay area this is abc7 news. a look at the new eastern span of the bay bridge where traffic is mood rat and moving on. you know the volume will pick up but leyla gulen is here to follow that with the latest coming up. >> the loose change you dump in the plastic bins at airport security may not seem like much but it adds up. a new report fines that travelers left behind half million in change at airports last year, $32,000 foreign
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currency. the t.s.a. has been putting the money into the aviation security fund which is used to pay for overhead and airport signs in foreign languages. a florida congressman is pushing a pill to give the money to nonprofit groups that run airport facilities where members of the military and their families can rest while traveling. >> san francisco police and the district attorney are issuing a consumer alert today with safety tips for the holiday shopping season. police will increase foot patrols throughout the city with uniformed and plain clothes officers. they say people should remain alert while using electronic devices and you put packages away make sure they are not visible. shoppers are advised to keep wallets in hard to reach places and carry only the cash you need separate super credit cars and i.d. with keys ready if your hand. >> of with you star the holiday shopping, check out the dangerous toys.
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today the california public interest research group will release the "trouble toy land" report. the study looks at toys that pose choking hazards or contain chemicals, and loud toys that can damage your hearing. we will have a list of the toys later today on our website at abc7news.com. >> on "dancing with the stars" it is down to these couples this morning after another elimination last night leading up to the big finale. >> indiana jones inspired free style routine had a judge calling him the "dancing hero of the every man." the fans kept him near the top. after 11 weeks bill and his partner leave the competition happy in a very respectable 4th place. >> it is the perfect ending. we started we had no illusion of winning this or getting beyond
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round four so to be in the final in the first year, i could not be happier. >> the competition isn't over yet. there is still one more dance. but they are feeling good after another first place finish and perfect scores for the western inspired free style number. >> i feel really good. >> this is it. you have to give it your all. hopefully you can be deemed worthy. >> in third place with the judges are jack and cheryl who got triple 10's for the free style and will dance again on tuesday night. >> whatever, i will do what i can do, have fun and try to not make her cry because then i will cry. >> expect a lot excitement tonight with the new dancing
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with the stars champion beyond, >> we happy with cheryl burke is in the top. >> the national weather service says that winds could be up to 34 miles per hour on thursday, thanksgiving, which makes controlling the giant balloons difficult. new york revised the rules after two sisters were must in 2005 and another woman was left in a coma in 1997 after a balloon knocked over a pole and hit her. officials will use wind gage to determine if it is safe for snoopy and others to take flight. >> i remember that. who knew there was enough mass to knock over a light pole. author gigantic. maybe some rain drops for thanksgiving? >> absolutely, morning into the early afternoon is possible. i will show you what going on,
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on tuesday, working your way to the forecast and through the weekend. novato is reporting half mile visibility with fog and isolated fog is possibly developing on 101. watch out for that. we have reduced visibility because of haze in the air and we have high clouds on live doppler 7 hd. this is how it looks from mount tamalpais, sausalito and san francisco and the bay bridge unlike yesterday when it was more difficult to see. high clouds and poor air quality is the highlight. thicker clouds and not is cool tonight and thanksgiving we have a chance of showers. as far as our temperatures, it is the same, low-to-mid 60's and the high clouds dominating our neighbors and maybe a few upper 50's loan the coast. tonight, it will not be so cool as this morning and not as cool as yesterday and 41 at santa rosa, the cool spot, fairfield at 40, and up to 50 in san
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francisco but the 50 in san francisco is the exception. the area of high pressure dominating the weather. but one system is passing to the north today, and that will keep steering the high clouds our way and the next system is behind that, and it is riding the coat tails and it will have an easier chance of getting to the south and you can see the area of low treasure with showers tomorrow morning. an influx of southern winds and high cloud and another mild day with temperatures like today but toward 7:00 in the only we will be on the front side of the low and rotating from the south a chance of showers through the south bay as far north as the bay bridge. it will be very light, maybe .1" at the most. the seven-day forecast shows
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with the rain-cooled air we will drop in the upper 50's to slow 60's and the coolest day is thanksgiving and temperatures are back with a mix of sunshine and clouds through monday. >> remember, yesterday ace train 7 was stopped for hours because it hit a car on the tracks. those passengers have validated yesterday morning can ride if free today. that ticket is valid today. we have this off-ramp shut down because of an accident that damaged a power line with the off-ramp shut down until further notice. in oakland, northbound 880 from 16th avenue to product way we have construction crews picking up cones. this is wrapping up at 5:00 and you have green conditions and southbound slowing but nothing to get in the way. outside, the bay bridge toll plaza has construction in the
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westbound direction but it is moving along fine. watch out positive the incline to treasure island you will find crews there. >> a couple who survived the asiana flight 214 at sfo has returned home to china and for the first time on tv are sharing the ordeal in the five months since the crash. the couple flew back to shanghai last week after recovering from an ankle fracture and the severe head injury that required her skull to be removed for three months. before they left, she shared videos and pictures they took from the tarmac as the disaster unfolded explaining how she was trapped and saved and how he rescued a young lady pinned under a collapsed overhead. we translated the words. >> i took the panel and threw it on the ground and shouted, go, go, go. the couple will likely never be able to pursue their biggest
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passion again, all in my story with how their lives have changed and why despite everything they are very grateful. that report is tonight at abc news at 11. i crust get a picture from them and it is good news. we will share that. >> 4:50. a lot of people thing of pets as family but you could think twice about taking your dog along when you fly. >> northern california mother who posted this photo online is at it again and now is banned from facebook. >> there could be a key to
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>> welcome back, it is 4:52. it will cost more to bring your pet on southwest airlines which is citing higher costs in raising the pet fee to $95 per flight from $75 going january
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15th. southwest lets passengers bring vaccinated dog or cat that fits in a carrier that fits under the seat up to six a flight. united and delta and us airways charge $125 and jetblue charges $100. >> mom who created a body image uproar with a photo of herself is at it again, you remember maria in this photo with the caption "what's your excuse," critics say it was body shaming. facebook has suspended her account for a response she posted to an article showing plus-size women in lingerie. here is what she wrote. >> you need to change the mentality we are breeding in the united states and why it is important to love and accept your body i was peeved because we are normalizing obesity in our society. >> facebook says someone reported the post and the cite removed it calling it hate speech but now they say that was
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a mistake. they have restored her account but not the post. >> all right. stay tuned to mike's postings in the days to come because mike is following the possible showers for thanksgiving closely. >> absolutely but nothing to worry about tonight if you attend the snowflake lighting ceremony at 6:30 and leading up to that we have clouds around market and powell but grab a coat because at 6:30 it will be 56 degrees. hope you enjoy it. it get you in the spirit of the season, and a wall of matter moving through the sound getting through houston, atlanta, charlotte and the hundreds through there, all the way up you can see the snow moving into boston and new york. washington, dc and philadelphia, as well. this is potential for delays. at home, we will have low-to-mid 60's everywhere until you get to tahoe at 53, delightful down south and low-to-mid 70's around san diego and palm springs.
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>> a new accident in san jose the connection between northbound 85 to northbound 87. we have one lane blocked with debris all over the roadways. watch out for that. so far, it is early and quiet conditions across the roads as you condition along 85 you are in decent shape. 101 southbound from san francisco to the airport is ten minutes and along the film it, 238 to the maze is 13 minutes and 101 from 85 to the san jose airport is 12 minutes. this is a picture of the san mateo bridge, 12 minutes gets you there. >> the f.d.a. is ordering a bay area company to stop selling their home gene testing kit. it claims they tests for more than 240 health conditions. this is a company video. the federal drug administration says the company failed to show the technology is supported by science and it is not f.d.a.
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cleared. they say they are committed to addressing the fa's concern and still marketing the kits. google is among the investors. >> the obama administration says that they are on track to meet the president's goal of the troubled health care website working for the vast majority of useers by the end of the month. officials say the teamwork on healthcare.gov has increased the site capacity and the wednesday will not be bug free on november 30 but a senior official says that compared to where it was in october healthcare.gov will be much improved. >> a government study offers a theory on why a whooping cough vaccine is not working as well as expected. the shot could keep people from getting sick it doesn't prevent them from spreading the germ. it is a highly contagious disease dangerous to children. last year was the worst your for whooping cough in six decades.
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>> scientists and women have long wondered exactly what keep as man from straying with a stranger? researchers thing they may is fund a clue in a hormone released during intimacy. when men were sprayed with this it boosted attraction to their mate and brain scans backed up the findings. >> here was convicts of killing four women and sentenced to death. next, at 5:00, a jailhouse interview with serial killer joseph naso and the defiant stand he is taking. >> tribute students, teachers and friends pay to a beloved east bay coach killed in a tragic accident. >> warning from california's lieutenant governor and why he says the state is in danger of getting a
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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. good morning at 5:00 on tuesday. thans for starting your day with us. how is the weather going to be on this tuesday? mike if. >> warmer than yesterday by a couple of degrees. you may not notice it. good morning, the reason why is the cloud cover, the high clouds are here and they are high clouds and no radar returns on live doppler 7 hd. beautiful picture of the embarcadero and ferry building down to the bay bridge which has the wonderful lights on right now. 62 to 66 is our temperature, high temperature inland and bay neighborhood and 59 to 62 at the coast. we will have a lot of thicker

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